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“Sometimes we need a story more than food to stay alive,” writes Barry Lopez in Arctic Dreams. In this workshop, we will analyze, and discuss the many political, personal, and broken narratives of our time as well as the “new narrative,” which strives to represent emotional and bodily experience with honesty and without pretending that poems can be absolutely objective.
June Gould, Ph.D., is the author of The Writer in All of Us: Improving Your Writing Through Childhood Memories and co-author of a book of Holocaust poetry, Counting the Stones. She has done a signing at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for her novel, In the Shadow of Trains. Her poetry has been published in and/or by Pearl, The Storyteller, Shemom, Inkwell, The Well Spouse Foundation Newsletter, Ship of Fools Press, University of Rio Grande, The Round Table, IWWG, The Great American Poetry Show, and The Jewish Literary Annual. This past year, she has helped a number of women edit and create their memoirs for publication. She continues to meet with her own writers’ group and lead reading groups.
Cost: $119 for members / $149 for nonmembers / free to webinar 3-pack subscribers